Protea bouquets are in trend, and you can easily make one without a florist. Prepare floral tape, pins, floral scissors, ribbons, flowers. Here you’ll see heather, sweet pea, mimosa acacia, clematis, maiden hair fern, lilac, ranunculus, hellebores, pieris japonica, anemones, double tulips, lavender, Icelandic poppies, delphiniums, jasmine vine and, peonies. Start with your larger fillers and any key focal pieces (in this case, that King Protea) and arrange at competing angles until the base of your bouquet begins to take shape. Add in loose vines and non-focal blooms (like hellebores and clematis) and once your bouquet starts to look a bit more full, assess the overall feel and make any necessary tweaks to the composition. Continue reading the tutorial here.